Red Ribbon Pins

Keep an eye out for the Scotiabank AIDS WALK to tHrIVe Red Ribbon pins sold at local Vancouver Cineplex theaters starting next week. Pins will be sold for $3 to support people living with HIV. Did you know the WALK will be on a Saturday this year? Stay tuned for more fun details! #THRIVEYVR

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Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Seniors Legacy Project

Are you 50 years or older and consider yourself a long-term survivor of HIV? If you are willing to tell your story and have it recorded, you may qualify to attend this year’s Healing Retreat as a Legacy Project participant. Legacy Project participants have a greater chance of being selected to attend the Healing Retreat on Aug 25 – 28.

Loon Lake Retreat

Healing Retreats at Positive Living BC are an opportunity for people living with HIV from all walks of life, ages and cultures to come on retreat.Interviews will begin in early June for the August 25-28th2017 retreat

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De-escalation of Difficult Situations

Learn what to do when you need help in resolving a difficult situation where tempers can flare or feelings can be hurt. Join us on May 31 from 9am-12pm in the Positive Living building. Only 20 spaces available email to sign up.

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Published: May 26, 2017

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